BOB Revolution Ironman Sport Utility Stroller

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Rating: 4.9 out of 5 (7 reviews)

The lightest stroller for the serious runner, the BOB Revolution Ironman Sport Utility Stroller in yellow from BOB Trailers features great on-road performance and responsive handling. With a fixed front wheel for superior on-road running performance, this BOB Revolution stroller includes a fast, two step folding for compact storage and easy travel. The stiffer suspension maximizes maneuverability and response when running, while the padded reclining seat is made with your child’s comfort in mind. The BOB Revolution Ironman Sport Utility Stroller in yellow has rear wheel foot-activated parking brake is easy to operate and locks out both rear wheels. The hand-activated front wheel brake acts as a slowing mechanism.BOB Revolution Ironman Sport Utility Stroller in yellow designed with 16 aluminum rims and hubs with stainless steel spokes. BOB Revolution Duallie Stroller with be with you for years to come.


  • Fixed front wheel for superior on-road running performance
  • Fast, two step folding for compact storage and easy travel
  • Suspension system, capable of 3 of travel, provides for an exceptionally smooth ride
  • Stiffer suspension maximizes maneuverability and response when running
  • Padded reclining seat for childs comfort

Additional Info





70 lbs

Full Size,Premium,Three Wheels,Joggers


Yes – With Adapter (Sold Separately)

Sunshade,Cup Holder(s),Cargo Basket,Tray / Bar,Weather Protection,Adjustable Canopy,Adjustable Head Support



27.3 pounds

34.6 x 20.8 x 11.8

BOB Revolution Ironman Sport Utility Stroller4.957
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7 Reviews for “BOB Revolution Ironman Sport Utility Stroller”

  1. north east mom on October 27th, 2007 at 12:00 am

    Both my husband and I use this stroller for runs and we love it. It’s lightweight and easy to manuver. We bought the infant car seat adapter and have been using it since our baby was 5 wks old. It is made for smooth roads (ie, paved roads) and it will be a bumpy ride if you take it off road. It is not intended to be an “around town” stroller so we use a snap and go stroller for the everyday errands. There’s a handy pocket in the back to store keys, phone and water. It folds up and fits in the back of our car. Brakes work well. Good, solid construction. Overall, great product for runners who want to take their kids along!

  2. BWest on April 1st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    I just bought this stroller and have taken it out for walks/jogging. This is one sturdy stroller! It practically goes by itself. I don’t feel like I even have to push it. I mostly run on the pavement, no sidewalks. If you take off road, it will be bumpy. My little guy doesn’t mind the little dips every now and then. I have the car seat attachment. It was easy to install and looks very sturdy. Overall very smooth stroller. I do like the brake feature. If you are mostly a walker/slow jogger, I recommend getting the Revolution that has the swivel wheel w/the option to fix the wheel. It does get a little annoying to keep adjusting the stroller. In hindsight, I would rather have paid a little more for the revolution for the swivel wheel in front. Another feature I like is that the stroller folds very easily! A little bulky but that’s b/c the tires are 16inches!

  3. anniesmom on June 11th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    We got this from my family for the birth of my daughter. The doctor said not to use it until my daughter could sit up well (6 months). I’m a hardcore runner so I did a lot of research on these. I wanted one that had a locked front wheel and that my husband did not “kick” when he ran behind it (he is very tall, I am not!). This stroller is great. Easy to put together. We got some accessories such as the snuzzler that keeps baby comfy during winter runs, and the wind shield. Its easy to push and has a strap to hold onto when you want to let it roll ahead of you without holding on.

    Its expensive but worth it. I have tried SEVERAL running strollers. This by far is the best.

    The only thing is it is kind of hard to turn corners but since it has a locking front wheel, I kind of expected that. Its not made to be an everyday stroller. The other down-fall is that you cannot put a newborn like other models since it does not recline that much.

    Highly recommend.
    Folds up nicely to go in trunk.

  4. Not just for my benefit on September 21st, 2008 at 12:00 am

    Ironman Stroller – added the handlebar bottle holder and Infant Carrier assembly

    We chose this jogging stroller for many reasons after much research. The best features: Yellow with reflective accents are easily seen by oncoming vehicles, making me and my precious passenger highly visible. Very light and tracks well, doesn’t pull left or right. Very smooth ride. Reclines way back for a tired baby. Collapses easily for trips to more scenic running routes. Infant Carrier attachment,worked with our Chicco KeyFit Infant Carrier (even though it’s not on the ‘recommended’ list) Slides right in and the safety straps included keep it tight.

    One negative: Once the baby is big enough to be strapped in without the Infant Carrier, the cup holder (included) can be attached. It’s a little high for our little guy to reach anything. It’s more of a place for him to grab with his toes than an effective drink and snack holder. He shouldn’t be eating while we’re at race pace anyways, so no big deal.

    Our little passenger loves going for our runs together. Maybe it’s the freedom of the great outdoors, the wind in his face, the scenery passing by or just the hum of the road beneath the wheels. He doesn’t fuss much and my long runs can last two hours or more. He often naps along the way. I expect to run a thousand miles with this stroller. Built to run, built to last.

  5. htr on September 27th, 2008 at 12:00 am

    This is my favorite item and something that I could not live without. Wonderful for runners or walkers. I have used many joggers and this is the best. Is easy to manuever while running and will go in any direction while running/walking as long as you apply a little pressure on the handlebars in the direction you want it to go. Very smooth ride as well. This is the cadillac of baby joggers. I got the car seat adapter which is great and a must have as well. At six weeks postpartum we were out walking/running. The adapter is very secure and my baby fits beautifuly and very comfortably. This is a must have especially for those of you that are serious runners. Much better then the original baby jogger brand.

  6. courtney on March 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Works really well as a jogging stroller, I will use it during training for my 4th marathon, Kind of expensive but worth it, debating about whether I want to buy any of the accessories for it!

  7. Ashton's Mom on June 2nd, 2009 at 12:00 am

    Expensive but worth it. Yesterday I was able to take my 8 month old out for a quick run with the dog leash attached. It’s really light and easy to set-up. It folds nicely into a square which is different than how other strollers fold so it’s difficult for me to fit both strollers in the back of my Murano.